The AT&T HTC One X has found itself in the hands of a few lucky Android Forums members, and some of the biggest questions poised have had to do with storage. Remember that the AT&T One X has 16 gigabytes of internal storage, whereas the international version has 32GB. Of course, HTC Sense 4 devices come with 25 gigabytes of free Dropbox storage (for two years).
Wait. Are we sure about that? There's been a little bit of concern about Dropbox on the AT&T One X. According to Clcross18x and VarsityHacker, who have been detailing their early looks at the AT&T One X in our forums, Dropbox isn't preinstalled on the device, as it is on the International One X and One S, and on T-Mobile's version of the One S.
The AT&T version doesn't have Dropbox as stated. I loaded Dropbox on the phone and then setup an account and have only 2.5 GBs of storage, not 25 GB's. AT&T's website doesn't mention anything about Dropbox in the phone description and I don't remember seeing anything on the AT&T box about Dropbox. I wonder if this deal is only for the international version?
And, sure enough, going back to AT&T's announcement of the One X, Dropbox isn't mentioned anywhere.
Put down the pitchforks, though. AT&T spokeswoman Jackie Vettorino has some good news, telling Android Central "HTC One X consumers will also get the 25 GB Dropbox storage as part of HTC Sense 4."
Repeat: The HTC One X will get the extra 25GB of Dropbox storage as part of HTC Sense 4.
Partner that Dropbox space with what we've seen today from Google Drive (plus every other storage service out there), and things aren't looking quite so dire.